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With the software, you can easily edit PDF files by adding freehand writing, text boxes, sticky notes, hyperlinks and annotations. The app works with iCloud, too, meaning you can back up and access saved documents on an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. Overall, you should find the app smooth and quick to use. The only stipulations is that they must be DRM-free, which makes it somewhat limited by comparison to some of the more dedicated readers featured here.
May 2, PM in response to scrmcurator In response to scrmcurator Hello and thanks for the reply. I am fairly new to MACs eventhough I have a older one.
I think the commands you gave me are for OS X, do you what the counter part command for adding a printer is for OS 9? Thanks again Alan First, make sure you've got the drivers for the printer. User profile for user: scrmcurator scrmcurator May 3, AM in response to cansusa In response to cansusa Hello and thanks for the reply. What I gave you is the OS 9 version. The Chooser is only in 9 and below -- OS X uses a totally different print system. Look under your Apple menu at the extreme left end of your menu bar for the Chooser.
I had to re-download the Adobe PS driver a couple months ago after one of the OS 9 boxes at work crashed, so it was still available from Adobe as of the first of the year or so. Don't let my registered OS fool you.
I use Although we're supposed to upgrade to X finally sometime in July. May 3, AM in response to scrmcurator In response to scrmcurator Thank you for your time and efforts, I appreciate your help. May 3, PM in response to scrmcurator In response to scrmcurator First, make sure you've got the drivers for the printer. The Canon i drivers are already on the MAC as that is the directly attached printer. I select that and then it asks me to select a designated name, and it only shows Laserjet printers.
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The actual printer is a Canon i Inkjet. I don't think the "designated" name should matter, but I am confused as to how the Adobe PS gets linked to the i print drivers. When I select a designation it completes the setup, and when I go to print it sends to Adobe print queue but it never physically prints and the queue is empty. I am almost there, but I am confused as to why I just can't add a network printer at Also something is not clicking between the Adobe PS and the i print drivers.
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When I go to reconnect the printer directly to the iBook it prints find to the Canon i so I am thinking that the i print drivers are loaded ok. Any ideas would be appreciated May 4, PM in response to cansusa In response to cansusa I just read over your reply again, and noticed something I missed the first time. After you select the print server in the right pane of the Chooser and click "Setup," you should get a dialog box with several buttons on it.
One should be "Select PPD. The software makes its best guess where the PPD file is stored, but you may have to navigate to it if you put it someplace weird. If that doesn't work, try sharing the printer using the USB Printer Sharing control panel as I suggested in my earlier post. May 4, PM in response to scrmcurator In response to scrmcurator thanks, i'll try that My MAC is at my other location.
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The answer is no. I don't know anything about Windows programming, and if I wanted to learn, writing a printer driver would probably not be an easy place to start. There are quite a few similar products for Windows, but I don't know enough to recommend one. Version 2. Fixed a bug that caused misaligned lines in Virtual Composer. Underlined rotated text now has the underline in the right place. Previously, some Carbon applications thought they should print copies.
Now it should always be 1 copy.